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aids day. the pontiff told vaticans to pray for the help for the sick. >> for 18 years bobby tolbert has been living with h.i.v. >> it's a ritual every day. i'm pretty used to it by now. >> he says because of advances in treatment, he's good. >> h.i.v. is a life sentence, not a death sentence. >> the outlook was bleaker for people diagnosed in the 1980s. back then they were told they had months to live. in 1991, basketball star magic johnson announced he was h.i.v. positive. many assumed it would kill him. he's still going strong today. >> now when a person is diagnosed with h.i.v. if they have access to health care, stable housing, they can live a normal life span. >> activists say diagnosing and treating infections early can help to control the virus. these days there's a test people can buy and use at home. it's hoped it will reach 20% of americans who don't know that they are infected. despite advances like these, changes remain. >> h.i.v. is disproportionately affected. these people experience discrimination. that continues to include gay men of all races, women of colour, trans
're greatest sports her jobs ted williams? >> absolutely. >> not a close second? >> bobby orr. ted williams, an amazingly rich complex figure both in life and on the athletic field. and literally, steve, you were saying larger-than-life figure, no doubt about it larger-than-life. the thing that interests me most about the book is the character portrait of his life. i mean the fact that, you know, you literally could think he was two different people, you know. spitting at the fans in 1957, his feuds with what he called the knights of the keyboard. if you got to know him or if you didn't know him, the big loud booming voice, get in here, what's up, what are you doing, talk about the complexity of his character. >> he was an angry guy. but that was also -- >> what was he angry about? >> i think he was angry at the circumstance of his childhood which was really rough. his father was never around. the mother just this religious zealot who tried to get ted to martin salvation army band and beat the bass drum. you can imagine how that went over. and so he had a lot of resentment and he was able t
." the number for republicans, 202- 585-3881. democrats, 202-585-3880. .ndependent, 202-585-3882 bobby jindal. let's listen to what he had to say. [video clip] >> we made the right decision not to expand medicaid. we are building a bottom-up alternative, delivering better health care for our people. host: your take. guest: they are not expanding coverage to uninsured residents. if you think that is important, it is not going to accomplish that. he may not want to spend the money on that. there are concerns about not enough primary care doctors. there may be interesting things with health care delivery at the state level in the way that medicaid is carried out. know where are they attempting to get health coverage to these folks, with one possible exception in wisconsin. scott walker has shifted some of the medicaid people onto the exchanges and offered medicaid. that may be on hold because of the problems at the federal exchanges. host: when you look at these decisions, who is making the decision, the governor or someone else? guest: for the most part it is governors who were never interested
and giving. so why not doo boast at the same time? >> bobbi thomas has gives that give back. >> good girl, bobbie! reaction would be a little like, you know, "what are you thinking?" oh, i had a knot in my chest. i didn't really want her to go but...i knew she could do it. i felt like there were bigger and better things for me to do. [ mom ] she took what she was doing seriously. [ hosmer ] my self-confidence just went through the roof. [ dad ] it was awesome to see her transform from a girl, in a small town, to a soldier. [ male announcer ] you made them strong. we'll make them army strong. talk to your son or daughter about joining the army. find out how at goarmy.com/parents. talk to your son or daughter about joining the army. with windowsue 8 pro is one awesome machine. can i do my work stuff on it? work and play. it's got the new windows and powerful intel processor so you can do it all like mixing pleasure and business. that sounds so rebellious. yeah, like mixing fire and ice. like polka dots and plaid. hey hey, careful. i could pull it off. own the season. get the hottest windows
bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby again. two can play at this game. [ female announcer ] swap one snack a week for a yoplait. and everybody wins. yoplait. it is so good. >>> a pretty start to the morning in downtown oako hand. temperatures ranging in the low 30s to low 40s around the bay area. 43 degrees in oakland. >> there are new concerns about a group of whales in the evergladeses, experts say 20 whales have broken away and are actually headed closer to shore. official its hoped they were headed back to the deeper, colder waters that form their habitats. >>> dozens of pot smokers came together to celebrate the first anniversary of the drug's legalization in washington state. in order to have the party the promoter made a deal to require identification checks, adults only and a sealed off area with fencing. while marijuana is legal in the state it is against the law to smoke pot in a clear view of the public. >> i didn't approach the city and say we will have a pot rally and it's -- nobody will use pot. i told th
-3881. democrats, 202-585-3880. .ndependent, 202-585-3882 bobby jindal. let's listen to what he had to say. [video clip] >> we made the right decision not to expand medicaid. we are building a bottom-up alternative, delivering better health care for our people. host: your take. guest: they are not expanding coverage to uninsured residents. if you think that is important, it is not going to accomplish that. he may not want to spend the money on that. there are concerns about not enough primary care doctors. there may be interesting things with health care delivery at the state level in the way that medicaid is carried out. know where are they attempting to get health coverage to these folks, with one possible exception in wisconsin. scott walker has shifted some of the medicaid people onto the exchanges and offered medicaid. that may be on hold because of the problems at the federal exchanges. host: when you look at these decisions, who is making the decision, the governor or someone else? guest: for the most part it is governors who were never interested in the first place, like governor bobby jin
have to prove they can lead. >> show us some of the names. mark could rubio. bobby bobby jindal. the list will be long. >> it is. the candidates are crisscrossing the country. we're trying to get through the 2014 seasons. behind the scenes they are calling donors and checking guys out. >> so the democrats have indicated what they're running on. this is what debbie wasserman schultz said. >> all of our candidates are running on the provisions of obama care. >> you won't say it. >> i just said it. >> so they're going to run on obama care. >> they'll use it as an advantage. >> do you think that's true, they're going to run on obama care? >> that's what she's saying. the candidates in the battleground states, it will be interesting to see what they have to say, louisiana, arkansas. this is one thing we agree with her on. we hope they run on obama care. >> you're praying for t. very quickly, is debbie wasserman schultz secretly working for you? >> the whole obama care debate is something we wanted to keen out there. >> thank you for coming in. a r i appreciate it. >> how the heck did
, including our own representative kennedy who, in the lega siff his grandfather, bobby -- legacy of his grandfather, bobby, acknowledged the need to embrace the immigrant issue. so i ask my colleagues in the majority on the other side of the aisle, what are we waiting for? our job creators want reform. our work force wants it. our spiritual leaders say it's the right thing to do. and overwhelmingly so do the american people. the facts are so clear that reform will tremendously benefit all of our country. in fact, the congressional budget office has followed the money and they estimate that immigration reform will increase gross domestic product $700 billion in 2023, and $1.4 trillion in 2033. but here we are today facing government shutdowns and sequester levels that eviscerate services so that many vulnerable americans rely on and this is where we are stuck. it's been five months, five months since the senate passed their bill, and yet we have only six days scheduled until the end of the year, and we haven't had one serious vote on immigration reform. americans have put their differenc
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